More than $500 million in facility upgrades planned for Cannon

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U.S. Air Force photo: Airman 1st Class Evelyn Chavez A CV-22 Osprey takes off from Cannon Air Force Base in September. The 20th Special Operations Squadron, which will handle the CV-22 Osprey, is one of five squadrons expected to arrive at Cannon this year. By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer There’s little difference between the […]

Appointment of Clinton not well planned

Freedom New Mexico The rumors could not be more rampant that President-elect Barack Obama will appoint his chief rival in the primaries, New York Sen. Hillary Clinton, as secretary of state. If the purpose is to introduce a bit of drama into the Cabinet and tighten up the domestic support of Democrats who still would […]

Steering committee looking into new wellness center work

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ Staff Writer The Clovis Wellness Center steering committee is looking into bids for the aerobics and entrance portions of the center, which is planned in the spot formerly occupied by the now-demolished Play, Inc. building. The move is an attempt to dissuade the state from taking back previously awarded capital outlay, […]

Free fishing day for kids Saturday

SATURDAY IS FREE FISHING DAY; CLINICS FOR KIDS PLANNED STATEWIDE

President: Stimulus rebates will start Monday, earlier than planned

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Prosecution rests in Salas murder trial

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer The prosecution went through all of its planned witnesses in the trial of Edward Salas — including his mother — before Thursday’s mid-day break and rested shortly after returning from lunch. Salas, 23, faces charges in connection to the Sept. 15, 2005, shooting death of 10-year-old Carlos Perez. The […]

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What a year

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Letters set for Sunday

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If it feels good, watch out

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Better than planned

Roosevelt County donated $92,867 to the United Way of Eastern New Mexico this campaign season. The county’s goal was $80,000. • • • Gerald Majewski says his most-memorable cold-weather experience occurred when he was stationed at Misawa Air Force Base in Japan. He fell asleep in a snow bank outside his barracks after leaving a […]

Aug. 7, 1917

Twenty-five Curry County men made claims for exemptions after appearing for examinations for the military draft. Having dependents was the primary reason for exemption claims. … The Clovis Chamber of Commerce planned to attend a meeting in Seymour, Texas, to pledge their support for an interstate highway between Clovis and Fort Worth. … The Elite […]

April 17, 1935

Officials declared that anyone living in Curry County before January 1912 was a “pioneer.” An old-timers reunion was being planned and a committee was putting together an invitation list. … The Clovis Evening News-Journal published an editorial calling for more sporting events in town. “In order to do this it will be necessary to organize […]

Bike ride planned to benefit Buzard

Freedom Newspapers PORTALES — A bike-ride benefit is planned for Sunday to raise money for former Eastern New Mexico University women’s basketball coach Dan Buzard, who recently required additional surgery to combat a brain tumor. Portales High Spanish teacher Andy Mason and ENMU senior Whitney Hobson organized the fund-raiser, with all donations going to help […]

Local Roundup: Meetings planned on Cannon mission

By CNJ Staff The Air Force has planned a series of public meetings to gather input for an environmental impact study of the new mission at Cannon Air Force Base. The first meeting is 6 – 8 p.m. Monday at Clovis Community College. It will be followed by meetings from 6 – 8 p.m. Tuesday […]

Ethel Duncan

Ethel Duncan Services: None planned Ethel E. Duncan, 80, of Clovis, died Saturday, Aug. 27, 2005, at Plains Regional Medical Center in Clovis. She was born April 12, 1925, in Melrose to Jasper D. and Esther Singleterry Duncan. She was a clerk at Alco and a member of Central Baptist Church. Family members said she […]

Texico could be growing

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Cody McCord from Guy’s Electric works on the interior of Justin and Kim Barnes’ new home in a planned subdivision of Silver Shadows Estates, just north of Texico. (CNJ staff photo: Ryn Gargulinski) By Ryn Gargulinski: CNJ staff writer For 27 years, Nancy Barnes has lived in the same house on the same farm with […]

George, Bobbie D.

Bobbie D. George Services: No services have been planned. Mr. Bobbie D. George, 63, Friday, Feb. 4, 2005, at his home in Portales. He was born Feb. 8, 1941, in Clovis to Cleo and Henry Orin George. He was preceded in death by his parents and by an uncle, Maunay George. Survivors include several cousins […]

Partial-birth abortion docs have no excuse

Mona Charen “The Justice Department has expanded its demands for private medical records of abortion patients, issuing subpoenas this week for hundreds of files from six Planned Parenthood affiliates …” Or that’s the Washington Post’s take, anyway — there goes that sinister Justice Department under John Ashcroft, attempting to reveal “private medical records.” Actually, the […]

Planning and Zoning Commission makes ‘worthwhile changes’

By Jack King The Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday approved four changes to the city’s zoning regulations that had been requested by builders and developers. Director of Building Safety Pete Wilt called them “worthwhile changes” that are “not anything drastic.” But Planning and Zoning Commissioner Bill Bollinger questioned the practice of having staff meet […]